Tuition fees

Tuition Fees - a.a. 2018/19

Tuition fees at the University of Rome Tor Vergata for the AY 2018/2019 will be based on the student’s family income. Yearly tuition fee amounts vary depending on the family income is certified by the ISEEU index in CAF office as follows:

  • Annual Family Income lower than 13.000 euro: Students with an ISEEU lower than 13.000 euro are in the tuition “no-tax area” and will only be charged with a tuition of 156,00 euro per year; students applying for the Laziodisu scholarship benefits will only be charged with 16,00 euro.(*)
  • Annual Family Income between 13.001 and 30.000 euro: Students with an ISEEU ranging be-tween 13.001 and 30.000 euro will be charged with a fee not higher than 1.190,00 euro.
  • Annual Family Income higher than 30.000 euro: For students with an ISEEU higher than 30.000 euro, tuition fees rise linearly for ISEEUs lower than 90.000 euro; for ISEEUs greater than 90.000 euro, tuition fees remain constant at the maximum tuition level.
(*)students applying to Laziodisu who are not granted the scholarship, will have to pay the fees based on their ISEEU, like all other students.
Programme Minimum Fee Maximum Fee
MSc in Business Administration €156,00 €5.250,00

How to Calculate Tuition Fees based on Family Income

Students should submit all requirement documents to CAF office. Then CAF office will issue the ISEEU module necessary for each student in order to  determine the student’s yearly tuition fee amount based on the student’s family income.

Not submitting the ISEEU to the University will imply for the student the payment based on the maximum rate of the yearly fee of the course (80% of the maximum rate for the students coming from low-income economies or lower-middle-income economies(*) ; 100% of the maximum rate for all the other international students).

(*) Please check here the list of relevant countries (Art.1), according to the Italian Ministry of Education

For International Students

International students’ family income can only be certified by the Italian Diplomatic Authorities (local Consulate or local Embassy), which students should consult in order to know what documents are needed for such certification. Once the proper documentation is submitted to the Italian Diplomatic Authority, it will provide the student with the certified documents that need to be brought to any CAF Office (Italian Tax Service Centres) upon arriving in Rome. The rest of the procedure is equal as is described above.

Useful Links

Laziodisco (Scholarships) - www.laziodisco.it
CAF - www.cafuilromaelazio.it
Agenzia delle Entrate - www.agenziaentrate.gov.it



Scholarships for Academic Year 2018/2019

In order to obtain scholarships students can apply to LAZIODISCO, an institution of Regione Lazio (the Region of Lazio), which every year offers a limited number of scholarships based on family income and merit, to La Farnesina and to Invest Your Talent in Italy. For further info read below.

 Laziodisco Scholarships

LAZIODISCO Scholarships (www.laziodisco.it) - Students can apply for scholarships and accommodation at the student welfare service provided by Regione Lazio. Usually applications are open from May until July every year. We will inform you about deadlines and required documents for the application in advance.

You may apply for: scholarships, accommodation, fee reductions, study abroad periods (if already enrolled), and reductions in public transport fees. The amount of scholarships depends on several factors including your economic situation and location.

1. Laziodisco Study grants

To facilitate capable, worthy university students without means, provides within the limits of the funds available, a study grant to attend degree courses. The maximum amounts are established as follows:

  • € 1,950.44 for “local” students;
  • € 2,852.71for “commuter” students;
  • € 5,174.66 for “non-local” students.

2. Laziodisco Lodgings

In order to reduce the inconvenience of being distant from the study site and to facilitate attendance at university courses, Laziodisco assigns, within the limits of availability, for a period not exceeding eleven months, lodgings in its structures. Only “non-local students” registered at universities with registered campuses in Lazio Region may apply for lodgings.

3. Contributions to International Mobility

Students who are beneficiaries of Laziodisco study grants, registered at universities in Lazio Region, including those registered to doctoral courses, have the right, within the limits of availability of funds, to intergrate the grant for participation in international mobility programmes only once in each degree cycle.


Italian government Scholarships

La Farnesina - Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs every year offers study grants to foreign and I.R.E. students who intend to study in Italy.

General Information

  • Italian language proficiency is a determining factor in being accepted for study in Italy and for being awarded a bursary. A B2 level “Certificate of Italian as a foreign language” must be submitted. Many Italian Cultural Institutes around the world offer Italian language courses and have language proficiency testing facilities. Check the Network of Italian Cultural Institutes for more information.
  • The scholarships are offered for the following type of courses: Undergraduate University courses (renewals only); Postgraduate University courses; Master’s Degree courses (Levels I or II); Ph.D. Courses; Specialisation Schools; Research under academic supervision; Courses of Higher Education in Art, Music and Dance (AFAM); Advanced Courses on Italian language and culture Courses for Teachers of Italian as second language.
  • Candidates may apply for a renewal to continue or complete a multi-year course. A renewal can be granted only if the applicant has passed the exams required in the previous year. No scholarship renewals are offered for students exceeding the legal duration of the course of study.
  • Before submitting their applications prospective applicants to Italian bursariesmust contact the university or institution in Italy where they intend to study. They are advised to be as fully informed as possible about the institution and course of study of their choice.
  • For more information about studying in Italy check the CIMEA (Information Centre on Academic Mobility and Equivalence) website: http://www.cimea.it/en/services/the-italian-higher-education-system/the-italian-higher-education-system-overview.aspx
  • Applicants may obtain country-specific information from the Italian diplomatic mission or Italian Cultural Institute in their country of origin, either in person or from the institutional websites. Contact details for Italian foreign missions abroad are available at Italian Embassies or Consulates Abroad
For further info visit:
Scholarships | Farnesina - Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Invest Your Talent in Italy


Invest Your Talent in Italy was created by the Italian Institute for Foreign Trade (ICE) and offers scholarships for students from Turkey, Brazil and India.

For more information visit: